Mucho borrowed typefaces from signs around the San Francisco Tenderloin for an eclectic and gritty symbol of the neighborhood.
Oishii Creative contributes to a brand refresh of Sprout television network with a whimsical on-air look.
Theresa Mershon of Hearst Digital presents a free webinar, thanks to Monotype, on the need for agile design and publishing processes.
Ellen DeGeneres, an advocate of the value of design, helps Cooper-Hewitt education program with a large matching grant.
Monotype hosts this free webinar on how designers can best choose and use colors. Color expert, designer and illustrator Geri Coady is the presenter.
Produced by Design Army, a new fashion film is the centerpiece of a rebrand for Georgetown Optician…
Mirko Ilic and Steven Heller assemble more than a thousand Shakespeare posters from around the world
McMillianCo. has been working with the Grand St. Settlement, a legendary non-profit that has long serviced the poor on the Lower East Side of Manhattan.
Stock imagery has been criticized as lagging behind the diversity and fluidity of 21st century society. Now most designers acknowledge that stock collections are more inclusive.
Richard Wilde, chair of the Advertising and Design Departments at the School of Visual Arts, has written a new book.
Jakob Trollbäck, CCO of Trollbäck + Co, creates the visual branding for an ambitious United Nations sustainability campaign.
Artist Moonsub Shin, under the direction of Scholastic’s corporate design team, has created whimsical artwork that has become the foundation of visual branding for Scholastic’s current companywide mission statement and reading initiative.
Design team helps kick off book series that combines in-depth journalism with on-site reporting to illuminate underreported issues.